The Pinhey’s Point Foundation
invites you to a preview reception
in celebration of the Opening of
our Summer 2012 exhibition
History in the Wind:
The Kite Aerial Photography
of Rob Huntley
Monday, June 11, 2012, 7:00-8:30pm
at Pinhey’s Point Historic Site
270 Pinhey’s Point Road off Sixth Line Road
Refreshments will be served
RSVP 613 832-1249
Queensway Kanata exit 138, north on March Road;
right on Dunrobin Road and immediately right on Riddell Drive and follow the signs
La Fondation Pinhey’s Point
à une réception pour célébrer
l’ouverture de notre exposition pour l’été de 2012
L’histoire à vue d’oiseau:
La photographie aérienne
de cerf-volant de Rob Huntley
lundi le 11e juin 2012, 1900 – 2030
au lieu historique de Pinhey’s Point
270, chemin Pinhey’s Point
Des rafraîchissements seront servis
RSVP 613 832-1249
De l’autoroute 417, prendre la sortie 138 du chemin March jusqu’au chemin Dunrobin. Tourner à droite sur la promenade Riddell.
Prendre à gauche le chemin Sixth Line sur environ 5 km, jusqu’au chemin Pinhey’s Point.
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WILLIAM KENNETH HUNTLEY
Ken was born in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England on April 25, 1928, son of Ernest and Alice (nee Firth). He passed away after a short illness on August 27, 2010 at the Queensway Carleton Hospital in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He will be deeply missed by his wife Margaret (nee Tansey), his daughter Karen Vendette, son Robert and his wife Jayne, as well as his four granddaughters: Mélanie and Stéphanie Vendette and Emily and Becky Huntley.
Ken and Margaret emigrated to Ottawa, Canada in 1960 where Ken pursued a career in retail sales, first with Sears and subsequently self-employed with Busy Fingers Wool Shop first at Place de Ville and then L’Esplanade Laurier. He had a passion for gardening, was forever at home with his own thoughts, had an explanation for almost everything, and tended to command the conversation. Television was his vice and he especially enjoyed watching a good comedian, tennis championships, English Premier League soccer and Toronto FC.
At the request of Ken and his family there will be no visitation or memorial service. In consideration of the outstanding service and support by the doctors, nurses and staff of the Intensive Care Unit at the Queensway Carleton Hospital, please consider supporting The Queensway Carleton Hospital Foundation.
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